New Items at Red Roo Models for April

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New Items at Red Roo Models for April

Postby Redroo » Sat Mar 30, 2019 10:46 am

First up: we have just boxed the final edition of the magnificent Lift Here! 1/72 scale Tugan Gannet. This edition is the camouflaged version and includes decals for the Air Ambulance version. This is the final edition of this outstanding kit.

Staying with 1/72 scale we have just had limited supply of the new Special Hobby Kittyhawk Mk.III (long tail P-40K). This kit features a full colour instruction booklet with decals for A29-189, AM-A, of 75 Sqn Milne Bay, 1943; FR450, OK-M of 450 Sqn, Tunisia, 1943; and 06 II Grupo Monoposto Monomotor, FAB (Brazilian Air Force, base at Recife in Brazil during 1943. Some very interesting choices for the modeller.

Next up we have just got our shipment of the new MK1 Models 1/144 scale Mirage IIIO/IIIEP/IIIRZ/5AD kit. This is a very nicely moulded small scale kit which offers the builder the choice between a GAF Mirage IIIO(F) of 76 Sqn RAAF (early 1970s), an AMD Mirage IIIEP of 5 Sqn Pakistan Air Force, a Mirage IIIRZ of 2 Sqn SAAF and a Mirage 5AD of 2 Sqn UAEAF.

The last item on today's news is the 1/48 scale Red Roo Avon Sabre conversion. As was mentioned last month, the moulds for this conversion are now no longer usable. A number of the shot supplied with our last order were classed as "seconds". These conversions were either short shot or had surface defects and imperfections. However, none of these are beyond the scope of a competent modeller to repair during construction. Consequently we are offering these very last examples of this conversion, which includes decals and the standard heavily illustrated instruction sheet at a very low price.

You can see all these items at the website now:

https://www.redroomodels.com/
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